Toronto Comic Con 2014 PT 2. More great cosplay. That Ace Ventura was in full character the whole day, he was so fun. The Lego Batman was a cosplayer, but when the Lego Movie people showed up with two costumed mascots, he happened to be nearby and joined in their photos, and the kids were very excited, not knowing there was any difference.
The Big Daddy suit from Bioshock was an amazingly constructed costume, though I felt badly because it was a kid inside who must have been dying of heat.
I found a Chainsword, which was awesome as a Warhammer 40,000 player.
Poor Leo was hilarious!!
Captain Canada looked great—he’d made a leather vest for that, which was really well done. There were also a Captain America, and two Wolverines, of whom I did not get pictures, whose costumes were really well done with good use of leather jackets.
Toronto Comic Con 2014 Pt1. Some of the amazing cosplay I saw. That Saruman was incredible—the picture doesn’t do it justice, because of the lighting, but in RL the guy looked EXACTLY like Christopher lee. He had this make up nose that was just perfect.
The Scarecrow was intense, and super creepy. Star Wars cosplayers were all from the local 501st. That Batman was…enormous. So cool.
And of course, Minion Wolverine!!!! So cool
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Hobby Progress Challenge - March completed! And April showcase.
I said last time that I wanted to try and get ahead since I know the scouts are going to suck, bad. Why did I commit to ten? Why didn’t I do five? And do more honour guard!
Alas. Here’s the terminators, which I’ve since primed (Technically, by timing, I shot the terminators before the dreadnought. I was still working on the freehand Ultra symbol, and realized I had forgot the … camera? on the heavy bolter arm). It’s so much easier to spray blue over red! So easy to see where I missed….
I really enjoy the clean lines on his Dreadnought. Nice hues as well.